South African researchers have discovered a new variant of the corona virus, Omigron, which has an unusually high number of mutations and is believed to be highly contagious, causing global panic and the cancellation of many international flights. The World Health Organization classified Friday as “worrying.” Scientists work around the clock to divide it and try to understand its behavior.
Emmanuel Andre, a former spokesman for the struggle against Govt-19, spoke on the matter on his Twitter account. “We know the Omigran variant is undoubtedly highly contagious and can spread at unprecedented speeds. I want to convince those who say it’s low. But there is nothing to confirm it. Do not sell dreams. You need numbers,” writes KULeuven’s microbiologist.
This Saturday, Mark von Ronst explained about this new variation on his Twitter account It doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Erica Wiley, for her part, She worried. “But on the other hand, it’s not catastrophic,” he said on “Derzak” (canvas). “There is no point in being afraid now. The delta variation should not distract us from the work we still have to do in Belgium.”
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